Group    From 1886 

Freedom Press

Anarchist publishing house in Whitechapel. Co-founded by Peter Kropotkin as an outlet and meeting place for the radical and anarchist thinkers of the day and has operated, with short breaks, ever since.

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Freedom Press

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Bowler plaque - Freedom Press

The "A"s are certainly the anarchists' 'A' symbol but we don't understand wha...

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St Mary Matfelon

Our picture comes from Google satellite view and shows, better than can be se...

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Anarchists

This art work was created by Anya Patel.

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Neckinger Mills, Bermondsey

Neckinger Mills, Bermondsey

The Mills used to cover a large part of this area. Buildings remain at 162-164 Abbey Street. From Ideal Homes: "Bermondsey was known as a major industrial centre with particular specialisation in l...

Building, Commerce

1 memorial
Nicholas Saunders

Nicholas Saunders

Researched, published and distributed 'Alternative London' 1970. Moved into a warehouse in Neal's Yard in 1976 and starting with a wholefood shop he developed the area as an alternative shopping c...

Person, Commerce, Journalism / Publishing, South Africa

1 memorial
William Johnson & Co. Ltd
1 memorial
Cesar Picton

Cesar Picton

Former slave and businessman. Born in Senegal, (his birth year is approximate). At the age of about six, he was bought and taken to England, where he was presented as a servant to Sir John Phillipp...

Person, Commerce, Race Issues, Africa

1 memorial
Thomas. J. Barratt

Thomas. J. Barratt

Businessman and historian.  Born 25 Tottenham Place.  1864 joined A & F Pears as a bookkeeper and then married F. Pears's eldest daughter the next year. Historian of Hampstead, author of the 3...

Person, Commerce, History

1 memorial